Re: transitionnorthfield Digest, Vol 56, Issue 5
From: shodo . spring (shodo.springgmail.com)
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2013 16:43:37 -0800 (PST)
I definitely want to be in a household group. 
Shodo

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>   1. Resilient household groups forming in    February 2014 (Angel Dobrow)
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>      (Karen Olson)
>   3. Re: Resilient household groups forming    in    February 2014
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> From: Angel Dobrow <adobrow [at] hotmail.com>
> Subject: [transitionnorthfield] Resilient household groups forming in
>    February 2014
> To: transition northfield
>    <transitionnorthfield [at] centerforsustainableliving.org>
> Cc: Transition Northfield
>    <transitionnorthfield [at] centerforsustainableliving.org>
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> One year ago we started the Resilient Book Club; a place to read and 
> discuss resiliency topics in fiction and non-fiction formats. Although 
> there is still plenty read and discuss (!) we are transitioning to a new
> phase.
> 
> Several years back a small group met over the summer to share ideas and 
> implement specific actions to make their own
> households more resilient. Our very helpful discussions created: 
> weather-proofing, increased canning, emergency preparedness materials 
> storage, garden commitments. (Not all in the same home, or at the same 
> time!)
> 
> We want to resurrect this group, and use the Resilient Book Club as the 
> launch pad. 
> 
> So, the logistics:
> 
> 1. An ideal group size is 5-7 people. Therefore, we are requesting RSVPs so 
> we can assess if more than one RH is desirable.
> Maybe this is a neighborhood project...?
> 
> 2.
> Many materials out there we could use, but we are suggesting Survival 
> Mom by Lisa Bedford. Now, she is pro-gun for security reasons and we can
> surely discuss the pros and cons of this strategy. But Lisa has also 
> compiled a comprehensive but very readable book, with lists. NOTE: we 
> will supplement with other materials.
> 
> 3. We will shift 
> discussions away from the library due to their time constraints. We will
> probably meet in people's homes, but we think not rotating. (Too 
> confusing.)  Places to meet to be determined, in part on how many RH 
> groups organized.
> 
> Let us know if you have any questions; and also let us know if you want in!
> 
> Thanks--Mera and Angel                         
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> Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 16:06:53 -0500
> From: Karen Olson <knolson [at] gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [transitionnorthfield] Resilient household groups forming
>    in February 2014
> To: Angel Dobrow <adobrow [at] hotmail.com>
> Cc: Transition Northfield
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> Yep, count me in!
> 
> On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, Angel Dobrow wrote:
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>> One year ago we started the Resilient Book Club; a place to read and
>> discuss resiliency topics in fiction and non-fiction formats. Although
>> there is still plenty read and discuss (!) we are transitioning to a new
>> phase.
>> 
>> Several years back a small group met over the summer to share ideas and
>> implement specific actions to make their *own* households more resilient.
>> Our very helpful discussions created: weather-proofing, increased canning,
>> emergency preparedness materials storage, garden commitments. (Not all in
>> the same home, or at the same time!)
>> 
>> We want to resurrect this group, and use the Resilient Book Club as the
>> launch pad.
>> 
>> So, the logistics:
>> 
>> 1. An ideal group size is 5-7 people. Therefore, we are requesting RSVPs
>> so we can assess if more than one RH is desirable.
>> Maybe this is a neighborhood project...?
>> 
>> 2. Many materials out there we could use, but we are suggesting Survival
>> Mom by Lisa Bedford. Now, she is pro-gun for security reasons and we can
>> surely discuss the pros and cons of this strategy. But Lisa has also
>> compiled a comprehensive but very readable book, with lists. NOTE: we will
>> supplement with other materials.
>> 
>> 3. We will shift discussions away from the library due to their time
>> constraints. We will probably meet in people's homes, but we think not
>> rotating. (Too confusing.)  Places to meet to be determined, in part on how
>> many RH groups organized.
>> 
>> Let us know if you have any questions; and also let us know if you want in!
>> 
>> Thanks--Mera and Angel
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> Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 13:14:18 -0800 (PST)
> From: Christine <nugs37 [at] yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: [transitionnorthfield] Resilient household groups forming
>    in    February 2014
> To: Angel Dobrow <adobrow [at] hotmail.com>
> Cc: Transition Northfield
>    <transitionnorthfield [at] centerforsustainableliving.org>
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> Very good news!?? Please count me in.? My house is available for meetings, 
> FYI.
> xo,
> 
> 
> ?
> Christine S.
> 
> 
> 
> ________________________________
> From: Angel Dobrow <adobrow [at] hotmail.com>
> To: Christine S <nugs37 [at] yahoo.com> 
> Cc: Transition Northfield <transitionnorthfield [at] 
> centerforsustainableliving.org> 
> Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 2:30 PM
> Subject: [transitionnorthfield] Resilient household groups forming in    
> February 2014
> 
> 
> 
> 
> One year ago we started the Resilient Book Club; a place to read and 
> discuss resiliency topics in fiction and non-fiction formats. Although 
> there is still plenty read and discuss (!) we are transitioning to a new 
> phase.
> 
> Several years back a small group met over the summer to share ideas and 
> implement specific actions to make their own households more resilient. Our 
> very helpful discussions created: 
> weather-proofing, increased canning, emergency preparedness materials 
> storage, garden commitments. (Not all in the same home, or at the same 
> time!)
> 
> We want to resurrect this group, and use the Resilient Book Club as the 
> launch pad. 
> 
> So, the logistics:
> 
> 1. An ideal group size is 5-7 people. Therefore, we are requesting RSVPs so 
> we can assess if more than one RH is desirable.
> Maybe this is a neighborhood project...?
> 
> 2.
> Many materials out there we could use, but we are suggesting Survival 
> Mom by Lisa Bedford. Now, she is pro-gun for security reasons and we can
> surely discuss the pros and cons of this strategy. But Lisa has also 
> compiled a comprehensive but very readable book, with lists. NOTE: we 
> will supplement with other materials.
> 
> 3. We will shift 
> discussions away from the library due to their time constraints. We will
> probably meet in people's homes, but we think not rotating. (Too 
> confusing.)? Places to meet to be determined, in part on how many RH 
> groups organized.
> 
> Let us know if you have any questions; and also let us know if you want in!
> 
> Thanks--Mera and Angel 
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> Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 16:19:09 -0600
> From: Marcea Frazier <marcea5 [at] northfieldwifi.com>
> Subject: Re: [transitionnorthfield] Resilient household groups forming
>    in    February 2014
> To: Christine <nugs37 [at] yahoo.com>
> Cc: Transition Northfield
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> Me too.
> 
> Marcea
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> Sent from my iPad
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> On Nov 20, 2013, at 3:14 PM, Christine <nugs37 [at] yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
>> Very good news!   Please count me in.  My house is available for meetings, 
>> FYI.
>> xo,
>> 
>> 
>> Christine S.
>> 
>> From: Angel Dobrow <adobrow [at] hotmail.com>
>> To: Christine S <nugs37 [at] yahoo.com> 
>> Cc: Transition Northfield <transitionnorthfield [at] 
>> centerforsustainableliving.org> 
>> Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 2:30 PM
>> Subject: [transitionnorthfield] Resilient household groups forming in    
>> February 2014
>> 
>> One year ago we started the Resilient Book Club; a place to read and discuss 
>> resiliency topics in fiction and non-fiction formats. Although there is 
>> still plenty read and discuss (!) we are transitioning to a new phase.
>> 
>> Several years back a small group met over the summer to share ideas and 
>> implement specific actions to make their own households more resilient. Our 
>> very helpful discussions created: weather-proofing, increased canning, 
>> emergency preparedness materials storage, garden commitments. (Not all in 
>> the same home, or at the same time!)
>> 
>> We want to resurrect this group, and use the Resilient Book Club as the 
>> launch pad. 
>> 
>> So, the logistics:
>> 
>> 1. An ideal group size is 5-7 people. Therefore, we are requesting RSVPs so 
>> we can assess if more than one RH is desirable.
>> Maybe this is a neighborhood project...?
>> 
>> 2. Many materials out there we could use, but we are suggesting Survival Mom 
>> by Lisa Bedford. Now, she is pro-gun for security reasons and we can surely 
>> discuss the pros and cons of this strategy. But Lisa has also compiled a 
>> comprehensive but very readable book, with lists. NOTE: we will supplement 
>> with other materials.
>> 
>> 3. We will shift discussions away from the library due to their time 
>> constraints. We will probably meet in people's homes, but we think not 
>> rotating. (Too confusing.)  Places to meet to be determined, in part on how 
>> many RH groups organized.
>> 
>> Let us know if you have any questions; and also let us know if you want in!
>> 
>> Thanks--Mera and Angel
>> 
>> _________________________________________________________________
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